Attraction

Troubridge Hill Lighthouse

Yorke Peninsula

Free
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Nestled in a picturesque locale, the remarkable Troubridge Hill Lighthouse stands tall, constructed with unique wedge-shaped clay bricks. Its distinctive design was tailored to withstand the powerful gusts of wind and occassional earthquakes that plagued the area during the early 1900s.

Rising to an impressive height of 32 meters, this architectural marvel serves as a beacon of safety, guiding seafarers through treacherous waters. With a remarkable light range spanning 22 nautical miles, it ensures ships navigate with ease and avoid potential hazards.

Intriguingly, Troubridge Hill Lighthouse operates independently, relying on alternative power sources to illuminate the darkness. While primarily powered by mains electricity, a backup generator ensures a continuous flow of light even in adverse conditions.

Visiting Troubridge Hill Lighthouse offers an opportunity to marvel at its unique construction, learn about its resilient design, and appreciate the vital role it has played in maritime history.

Facilities

Carpark

Price

Free

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